A fresh juice and smoothie business in Austin has come up with a hemp-based drink which will see half of its proceeds go to a local non-profit marijuana organization.

The Austin-based grocer Whole Foods Market has publicly endorsed hemp legalization in Texas. A supermarket chain specializing in organic food which first opened in 1980, several hemp products can be found in their stores. According to a recent statement by Errol Schweizer, “Whole Foods Market is excited to hear about

Colorado is cracking down on food made with marijuana, and industry leaders say it will be disastrous, making it a lot tougher for people to consume cannabis without smoking it.

A new coffee product that is expected to hit store shelves once legal marijuana retail outlets open in Washington is infusing cannabis with caffeine.

A college student visiting Denver jumped to his death from a hotel balcony after eating marijuana-infused cookies, according to a coroner’s report that marks the first time authorities have publicly linked a death to marijuana since legal sales of recreational cannabis began in Colorado. Read more

Cannabis infused edibles have made their way to Texas, and no the sky is not falling. A recent news report out of the DFW area would have you believing otherwise though.